Privacy Policy

Introduction

We are committed to protecting the privacy of client information and handling your personal information in a responsible manner.
State and Territory privacy legislation (referred to as privacy legislation).

This Privacy Policy explains how we collect, use, and disclose your personal information, how you may access that information, and how you may seek the correction of any information. It also explains how you may make a complaint about a breach of privacy legislation.

This Privacy Policy is current from [21-Sep-2022] and is reviewed annually. From time to time we may make changes to our policy, processes, and systems in relation to how we handle your personal information. We will update this Privacy Policy to reflect any changes. Those changes will be available on our website and in the practice.

Collection

We collect information that is necessary and help us in performing tasks that are relevant to your purchased services. This information may include your name, address, website access, profile access, contact details, etc. This information may be stored on our computer, system, and/or in handwritten records.

We collect information in various ways, such as over the phone, website, or in writing, in-person in our [personally visit our office] or over the internet if you transact with us online. This information may be collected through or by office staff.

In emergency situations, we may also need to collect information from your relatives or friends.

Use and Disclosure

We will treat your personal information and business as strictly private and confidential.

There are circumstances where we may be permitted or required by law to disclose your personal information to third parties. For example, fraud cases, Fail to provide promise amount, etc

We impose strict security and confidentiality requirements for your business and data.